Keeping Kids Fed Through the Summer

Food for Thought is a weekend backpack program for children who may not otherwise receive enough food when not in school.  Each pack contains enough food for six meals plus snacks and is delivered to the child at their school on Friday afternoons during the school year.  Summer packs will be available and can be […]

Neighbors Helping Neighbors, A Message from the Director

This year, Fishline will commemorate its 45th year of service to the North Kitsap community.  What began as a transportation and errand service run by volunteers from local churches, headquartered in a meeting room at St. Charles Episcopal Church, has become a thriving, busy food bank and emergency services agency. In 1979, the first year we […]

Community Events, Week of June 25

On Wednesday, June 27,  Suquamish Church of Christ will host a community dinner between 5-7pm.  This is a weekly event. All are welcome! On Thursday, June 28,  First Lutheran Church in Poulsbo will host their weekly community dinner between 5-6pm.  This is also a weekly event where all are welcome! Also on Thursday, join us […]

Food Banks Do More Than Feed Suburban Poor

Great video from MSNBC on how food banks help to stabilize a family in need. Food banks do more than feed suburban poorSarah Nelson of Sister Carmen Community Center ( says food banks do more than just put food on the table. They can help struggling families get back on their feet financially. Lester Holt […]

Can You Speak Vietnamese or Polish?

Can you read, write, and speak a foreign language? NK Fishline could use your help! Specifically we are looking for people who can translate Vietnamese or Polish.  We are undergoing some changes to our front market structure and it would be great to be able to serve our clients who don’t speak English well or […]